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Revised Fall 2018 Final Exam Schedule

Final examinations scheduled for Wednesday, December 5th will move to Wednesday, December 12, 2018, but faculty are asked to accommodate students with special circumstances in view of the change in schedule. On Thursday, December 6, 2018, all operations will return to normal at the university. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the Revised Final Exam Schedule [...]

Prairie View A&M Hosted Sandra Bland Documentary Discussion

It’s been three years since Sandra Bland died in police custody in Waller County, Texas and her family still has a long list of unanswered questions. HBO’s documentary, Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland which aired December 3rd at 10:00 pm ET, revealed more details about the circumstances surrounding Bland’s death. [...]

International Guest Shares Current Preservation Efforts in Nepal, with PVAMU School of Architecture

Prairie View A&M University’s School of Architecture organized an international guest lecture on the Historical Architecture of Neo-Modern Nepal - A Snapshot of Stone and Style on the Sands of Time for students of History and Theory of Architecture. The visiting faculty for the lecture was Professor Yagya Raj Bhatt from Far-western University in Kanchanpur, Nepal, [...]

PVAMU’s Vet Link App Research, Recognized and Published at IEEE Tech Conference

Technology has greatly enhanced our abilities to communicate and continuously evolve in developing more efficient ways to solve problems. A team of Prairie View A&M and Texas A&M University researchers led by Dr. Paul Johnson is developing a better way for rural communities to communicate with veterinarians and provide better care for their animals with [...]

PVAMU Hosts Inaugural High School Stock Trading Competition

  The College of Business at PVAMU recently completed its inaugural high school stock challenge and is set to host its Young Investor Symposium in conjunction with the award ceremony on Saturday, December 8, 2018 The university hosted 200 high school students from 21 high schools in the greater Houston area in the eight-week online [...]

Research Reveals Dairy Options That May Be Easier to Digest

Having a glass of milk for many people doesn’t seem like a daunting task. For individuals whose bodies digest milk differently, the excitement of enjoying dairy products is very short-lived. A Cooperative Agricultural Research Center scientist is doing his part to make sure everyone is able to have dairy options that are easy to digest [...]

Student Research Assistantships

Students are the reason we do what we do at PVAMU, where our mission is teaching, research, and service. The Office of Research, Innovation and Sponsored Programs (ORISP) recognizes the importance of providing research opportunities to our students. Through research experience, students can sharpen their critical thinking and analytical skills, and refine their writing skills among [...]

MACH III: Building on Resilience Lecture Series

The Building on Resilience Lecture series, a biannual event sponsored by the MACH-III Center is based on Bonner’s edited book Building on Resilience: Models and Frameworks of Black Male Success Across the P-20 Pipeline. This lecture series is open to the faculty, staff and students at Prairie View as well as guest from the community. [...]

Panthers Rout Alabama State

The Prairie View A&M football team scored touchdowns on eight of its first nine possessions in a 66-13 rout of Alabama State Saturday at Panther Stadium. The Panthers gained 673 yards total offense in scoring 60+ points for the second time this season, a feat not accomplished since 1951. In that season, PVAMU won 64-0 [...]

PVAMU to Perform in the Concert for Humanity

This weekend, the Boniuk Institute at Rice University will present the “Concert for Humanity,” celebrating the United Nations’ International Day for Tolerance with performances of music by Arthur Gottschalk and Paul English and combined efforts of choirs from the University of Houston and Prairie View A&M University, the Axiom Quartet, pianist John Cornelius, and other local [...]